2012 CCNBB Grants
Boys and Girls Club of New Britain, $16,500
to fund the Integrated Supplemental Academic Program, a new program designed to meet the scholastic needs of 260 Club members.
Central CT ARC (CCARC), $15,000
to support the PEERS (Personal Education and Enrichment through Respite Services) program.
Coram Deo, $10,000
to support the organization's Transitional Case Management Services program.
to support the New Britain Food Distribution and Mobile Foodshare programs.
Friendship Service Center, $15,000
to support the Community Kitchen for homeless men, women and children at risk of homelessless.
Klingberg Family Centers, $10,000
to support its Extended Day Treatment services for boys and girls (ages 5-12) and their families who live and attend school in New Britain.
Mayor's Workplan to End Homelessnes (c/o YWCA of New Britain), $15,000.00
to support the Liaison position, responsible for performing the day-to-day work of the Plan and coordinate its efforts.
New Britain Academy for Health Professions, $20,000
for general support of the Academy, which offers a comprehensive curriculum for high school students interested in exploring careers in healthcare.
United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut, $9,400
to support the Smalley Summer Academy Extended Year Initiative, aimed at reducing summer learning loss among 4th and 5th grade students.
Total Grants Approved: $148,400.00